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Dan Waters’s new book

"Life Lesson" The Verses of D.

025: Island band with deep roots, new sound

025 sits comfortably together as laughter filters from one another this past Sunday morning.

Playhouse offers “Runaway” hit

It is the music of a gritty, unconventional, poignant, funny, and successful life story sung with a foot-stomping Arkansas twang that will bring audiences to their feet.

You’ve got to do better, or bugger off

Boring and numbingly repetitive, not to mention often vile, intemperate, and pointless.

Bettie Eubanks at L’Elegance

It was a bustling, festive scene this past Saturday in the second floor gallery of L'Elegance Fine Furnishings on upper Circuit Avenue in Oak Bluffs.

Show Openings

Vineyard Haven Public Library, 4 to 7 pm.


Award-winning Connecticut artist Gray Park, a regular presence on the Vineyard, has joined the Martha's Vineyard Workshops and Louisa Gould Gallery program.

Art lovers get an eyeful at Granary

The show featuring the dramatic black and white photographs by David Fokos, Wendy Lichtensteiger's carved sculptures, and watercolor painter Preston McAdoo's brightly colored, whimsical images brought an admiring crowd to The Granary Gallery in West Tisbury this past weekend.

Martha’s Vineyard fluke derby means fun and good eats

Fluke are flounder on steroids with a disposition and set of teeth that makes them seem more like bluefish.

Grill sparks damaging fire at Morgan Woods

A fire that began on a backyard propane grill and triggered the safety valve of another propane tank, which then functioned like a powerful blowtorch, damaged three homes in the Morgan Woods affordable housing development in Edgartown last Thursday.

Five-year moratorium would halt Martha’s Vineyard lobstering

Because of declining lobster stocks in southern New England, the American Lobster Technical Committee (TC) of the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC) has recommended a five-year moratorium on harvesting lobsters south of Cape Cod.

Martha’s Vineyard fishermen band together to promote local catch

The rubber bands are a half inch wide and come in bright colors.

Gallery Strolling on Dukes County Avenue

This Saturday, July 10, from 4 to 7 pm, you can walk a block and gain an entirely new perspective on what's happening in the world of art on Martha's Vineyard.

Island soldiers overseas need your generous help

The effort continues to support Island soldiers deployed in Afghanistan, Iraq, and elsewhere.

What’s the best and worst about owning a gallery?

Madeline Fisher, owner Fisher Gallery: Our paintings include a lot of images and objects from the generations of our history, so the best thing is when people come in and are drawn to a piece of art, almost being transfixed by it.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Martha’s Vineyard needs you

A perfect late June evening provided just the right backdrop for Blooming Bids for Kids, the second annual garden party for the benefit of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Martha's Vineyard.